Fox Chase’s Board of Associates to Host “May in Versailles” Fundraiser on May 15, 2016

MiVlogoThe Bucks County Chapter of Fox Chase Cancer Center’s Board of Associates will celebrate the enchantment and festivity of a gala in France with “May in Versailles,” to be held on Sunday, May 15, 2016 from 5 to 8 p.m., at the completely renovated and elegant Hotel du Village (New Hope, PA).  There will also be a special VIP reception for event sponsors and their guests from 4-5 p.m. with the opportunity to talk with Fox Chase doctors prior to the event.  All money raised at the event will benefit cancer research at Fox Chase Cancer Center including a special pledge for immunotherapy research.

rectangle_button_0003

Gardens1‘May in Versailles’ will feature live music, an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, 3 course sit mime1down dinner and silent auction. During the cocktail hour participants will have the opportunity to talk with Fox Chase doctors and get the latest insight on cancer research and treatment.  Attendees can also book a room for an overnight stay in one of the Hotel’s beautiful rooms to further enjoy the wonderful Hotel property and Bucks County surroundings.

Hotel du Village Event Center

Hotel du Village Event Center

Please consider becomming a sponsor for this signature event to help fight cancer.  To view the sponsorship options, benefits and to purchase sponsorships please click here.

Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged , , ,

In 2015 the Bucks County Board of Associates Raised $350,000 for Fox Chase Cancer Center research

2015 Donation Check PresentationThanks to the dedication and efforts by Bucks County and surrounding community residents, the Bucks County Board of Associates raised $350,000 in fiscal year 2015 for Fox Chase Cancer Center research following the $293,000 raised in fiscal year 2014.  These funds were raised through the contributions from event sponsors and contributors, event participation, and individual donations from Bucks County residents.  The Bucks County Board of Associates fund raising for cancer research has now surpassed $4,200,000 since the board was formed in the early 1980s.

More significant than the funds raised for cancer research are the Fox Chase research achievements resulting from the funding.  To read about compelling research achievements supported by your funding, please see the Bucks County Chapter’s letter to our supporters overviewing a few of the achievements.  Also see Dr. M. O’Reilly’s more detailed description of those achievements.

 

Posted in Fund Raising Results | Leave a comment